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disturbing surveillance video you see behind us here released within the last couple hours showing the moments that a suspect was involved in a trooper-involved shooting. you see the car jacking taking place that led to that trooper involved shooting. >> michelle: that man behind the wheel is an elderly man pulled out of a car. nevada highway patrol just wrapped up a press conference where they showed us the surveillance video and gave us more information. let's go to sergio avila who is standing by with more on the trooper dudley who forced to open fire. >> reporter: that's right, michelle. the nhp chief today was telling us all about this incident that involved 28-year-old have you jair munoz. they believe the man was waiting for a victim at a gas station where this started. we'll show you surveillance video of the first car jacking in this case. that's where police say they believe munoz was waiting and just waiting for a victim.
wrestling her car away from her. from there munoz took off and led troopers on a high-speed chase with speeds in excess of 100 miles an hour. the dash cam video that you see is from inside trooper david dudley's patrol car. he is a 17-year veteran of the nevada highway patrol. he followed munoz to a car dealership and that's where dudley says he was forced to open fire fearing for his safety and also the others around that busy dealership. we'll show y led to that officer-involved shooting. but a warning, the video may be
before he opens fire saying i am going to shoot you. after the incident you can hear him screaming for the suspect to take his hands out of the vehicle. trooper dudley remains on paid administrative leave as a result of this investigation. as far as munoz? troopers are trying to determine why he was in las vegas. he has no real family here. and he is originally from glendale, arizona. reporting live, sergio avila, news 3 back to you in the studio. >> krystal: we appreciate that just coming out of thre police continue their search for possible victims, people who were recorded without their permission by hidden cameras in a rental home they found through airbnb. police wanting to talk with anyone who wanted a particular las vegas vacation home between october 2015 and january of this year. when called by a suspicious tenant -- that's how they got word of this -- detectives found eight hidden cameras in bedrooms, bathrooms.
rogers described it as a popular vacation home. he referred to it as casa rogers. seems people who live near the home weren't surprised about this. it is a home with a sign on the front gate that reads "your activities are recorded and the owner has full rights to those recordings". >> we were always questioning what's going on there. even my wife, it's probably one of those houses people rent out for the weekend to throw a big party. guess she was right. >> krystal: last week we learned that chris rogers had been the clark county grand jury. >> michelle: two suspects in custody after a robbery and stabbing in a neighborhood northwest of downtown las vegas. this happened just after 8:00 this morning near tonopah drive and lake mead boulevard. we know one suspect was captured in the area of smoke ranch and rancho. that was around 9:30. around 10:00 this morning, the second suspect caught near rancho and craig. the victim, a woman, took herself to seek medical
condition. west preparatory academy is located near the scene of the robbery, it was under lockdown for a short time while police looked for the suspects. >> krystal: all right. we are going to switch gears a little bit. take a break from news and talk weather. kelly a little fog. something we don't see too often. >> kelly: that's right. clouds and fog in the area earlier this morning. that has lifted. check out this time-lapse. this is in the southeast career and technical academy camera. you see those clouds pretty thick. they're dark as well. tak screen shot we're starting to see more blue sky out tlo get things going into the afternoon hours. things really clearing up. in case you are wondering what this band-aid is. we had flu shots today at news 3. i got one too. soccer band-aid. very cool right? here is the current temperatures. 72 degrees. we have a very humid conditions earlier this morning. drier air starting to move in.
relative humidity now at 59 percent. as we head throughout the rest of the day we are looking at decreasing clouds. so 78 degrees, that's our expected high by 3:00. that's pretty close to normal. what we should see for this time of year. 76 at 6:00 p.m. and 70 by 9:00 this evening. we're going to talk about rain chances stilt in the forecast and -- still in the forecast and of course the forecast for halloween, that's coming up. >> krystal: looking forward to it. thank you, kelly. we are your decision 2016 station. an southern nevadans have cast their ballots and donald trump and hillary clinton they're in that final push with election day, if you can believe it, just two weeks away. >> michelle: nbc's hally jackson has more. >> reporter: with just two tuesdays to go, donald trump's outwardly optimistic, but maybe not totally realistic. >> we're leading. number one. we're winning. we're winning.
something trump himself acknowledged just hours earlier. >> i guess i'm somewhat behind in the polls but not by much. >> reporter: trump is trailing hillary clinton nationally and by a slim margin in must-win battlegrounds north carolina and florida. now stoking speculation he is laying the ground work if he loses for an all trump network. >> hi welcome to trump tower. >> reporter: his team is debuting it's own nightly broadcast on facebook. >> we're excited to everything. >> reporter: they're not calling it trump tv but sure looks like it. >> this idea of a trump media empire. are you allowing yourself to imagine that scenario during this? >> no. everybody's talking about it because i have so many voters and they're so committed. >> reporter: still caught in conversation the gop nominee denying a new allegation of sexual misconduct from an adult film actress whose lawyer gloria allred is a long-time clinton supporter.
>> he grabbed me. and he grabbed me on the arm. i'm sure she's never been grabbed before. >> reporter: increasingly de fient, trump sticking to his strategy. blaming what he calls a rigged system. even as he debuts a new line of attack on the affordable care act after a report from the federal health agency shows insurance premiums will rise an average of 25 percent next year. >> yet another double-digit spike in your premium for obama care. and it doesn't argues. things are better now than before the law was passed. healthcare a key issue for most voters in places like florida, the site of dueling rallies today. and in new hampshire where a feisty elizabeth war on the trail with clinton resurrected trump's debate night digs. >> what we want to do is to replenish the social security trust fund. >> on november 8th, we nasty
nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever! >> reporter: the more confident clinton campaign spreading surrogates across the country today. including president obama on late night tv. >> when you watched the debate and you watch donald trump do you ever laugh? do you ever actually laugh? >> most of the time. >> krystal: this brings us to our question of the day. do you think the affordable care act is a good thing for our country? led to our website news3lv.com and please be sure to keep it here for your decision 2016 coverage. we have you covered right up until election day. of course that's november eight, two weeks away. you can also follow our coverage on news3lv.com or on our facebook page. breaking news right now.
missing special need student who they say just walked away from school. metro tells us the boy is either 11 or 12 years old. he left middle school just before ten this morning. we have a crew heading there and will bring you updates as soon as we get them. >> michelle: a trooper saved a man's life and the whole thing was caught on camera. that's what we're looking at here. quick actionen taken by the officer that stopped this man from losing his life. >> krystal: plus an explosion tearing through a neighborhood as bystanders what firefighters say was so scary about this situation. >> michelle: and grab your masquerade mask. the annual sci-fi fundraiser is coming up.
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>> michelle: a quick thinking ohio state trooper caught on camera saving the life of an overdose victim. this happened saturday afternoon. the sergeant was responding to a hit-and-run call when he came upon this unresponsive man who he found out later had overdosed on heroin. the trooper and bystander gave the man this overdose reversal drug and administered cpr. they knew right there that it was an overdose. minutes later the man woke up. he was alert. he was talking to medical personnel. no word on whether he will face charges. >> krystal: oh my goodness. look at that. caught on camera. a building just exploding. then you see the billow of smoke
this two-alarm fire happening monday evening in a thrift shop in arlington washington. from this video you can see the heat rising from that fire along with the smoke. the video shot by an man who happened to be riding his bike by by the scene when the fire broke out. no one despite all of that was injured. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> michelle: four people killed in an accident at a popular theme park. this is in australia queensland island, on the island there. i'm sorry. queensland state. police said two men and two women were killed while on river rapid ride at dream world. this is an amusement park. and the thunder river rapids ride whisks people in circular rafts along fast moving man-made water currents. an officer with the queensland ambulance service said there was
malfunction and it caused two people to oob jekted. the other were two caught inside the ride. the ceo said the park is working with police to determine what went wrong. it is currently closed as they investigate. >> krystal: two people killed and two others hurt after a workplace shooting this morning in virginia. police receiving reports of a shooting at freight car america in roanoke just after 6:00 a.m. the shooter is one of the two people who were killed. police believe he took his own life. three other victims hospitalized with injuries. the shoot named at this time. police say there is one known witness who fled into a bathroom during the shooting. a nearby high school also closed down for the day. >> michelle: a man rescued in arizona after he got stuck in the storm drain. tucson fire officials say they had to get him out with this -- well you see what they're doing here. the chain saw. i think that's a chain saw. but that's what they had to use to cut him out of there. it happened around 5:00 mountain time. the man who is seen shirtless
walked away. as you can see. but not before he had to be cut out by these firemen. officials say that the man appeared to have been swept into the drain during heavy rainfall monday afternoon. he was not treated or transported for injuries. but important to show because we always say turn around, don't drown. and you just don't realize how fast those currents can go until you are caught up in the middle of it. >> krystal: we see a lot of swift water rescues play out when we flash flooding. that's something kelly curran stays all over when it comes to severe weather situations. we are your weather authority. i stepped out today and i had to zip up my jacket and put on a scarf. a little bit chilly. >> kelly: and very humid this morning too. a lot of fog across the area. quite a few clouds. we finally got some rainfall totals in from yesterday. this is really impressive. this is more than what i saw
inches of rainfall. henderson, the c-one channel near warm springs, 1.76 inches. and pahrump, you got over an inch of rain as well. mccarran, about a quarter of an inch of rain. for the most part the las vegas valley seeing between a fifth and a half of inch of rain. these are some of the bigger numbers that definitely wanted to point out for you there. in addition to the rain they got up on mount charleston, they had snow up there too. time-lapse video. this is mount charleston this morning where we have had quite a bit of cloud cover in the area. a little bit of a breeze. i don't know if you can see this. kind of above the banner. you see that? that's snow up on the peaks. 10,000 feet at or above. we do have a dusting of snow. so it is showing up just a little bit in this picture as well. here's a look at the current conditions at the mount charleston lodge. it's 55 degrees. winds south southwest seven miles per hour. the las vegas valley right now,
and aliante, 68 degrees. relative humidity though down from what we saw earlier. the temperature is rising. we have drier air moving in. but it is a little bit muggy out there. and it smells good. it smells like rain. lakes 68 percent relative humidity. henderson coming in at 67 percent. here's a look at what we've got going on. this low pressure system still spinning. we still have showers in the northern parts of california. we're looking at decreasing cl on the way for the end of the week that could bring us a chance for wet weather. today decrease in clouds, 78 degrees. that's right around normal. where we should be for this time of year. winds out of the east at three to eight miles an hour. tonight, mainly clear, 62 degrees. that will be our overnight low. our 7-day forecast? dry conditions for wednesday and thursday. temperatures warming back up. 85 degrees on thursday. normal 77.
rain, breezy conditions. it's going to bring in cooler air as well. for halloween on monday it is looking dry. mostly sunny skies with a high around 75. >> krystal: that's good news for all of our trick-or-treaters. we have a warning for you about many of those wifi connected smart devices in your homes. they control everything. your thermostat, garage doors. you name it they can do a lot. >> michelle: we now know that hackers took control of tens of connected to the internet to use as cyber weapons. this happened in that major website attack last week. they kind of crippled the internet for awhile. nbc's jolene kent has more. >> reporter: a massive cyber attack infiltrating homes across america. it's discon concerning. >> reporter: the tactic was carried out by hackers using a virus to take control of millions of devices connected to the internet like home routers,
knowledge. tens of millions of these devices send bogus services to dyn a web service provideer that allows you access to sites like twitter, airbnb and spotify. that overwhelmed the system bringing access to the sites to a halt. dyn says the issue was resolved in hours but it highlights a new vulnerability. >> this is a serious virus. with it. >> reporter: the attack raising a red flag in homes where garage doors, lights and thermostats are all smart devices. >> you're opening yourself up to, you know, who knows what. >> reporter: dyn says no personal data was stolen and no cameras activated but some fear it's only a matter of time. >> companies aren't putting any emphasis on security obviously. as a matter of fact, most of the default passwords that are being put ons the devices are ad
yourself, check connected devices around your house and update the software, change passwords on every device not just your router, and buy updated products with the latest security features. jolene kent, nbc news, manchester, new hampshire. >> krystal: not a good idea to make your password the word "password." that got me. i didn't think people would do that. >>hi this is for real. what happens when a man drops as a -- dressed rather as a tree crosses the road? he leaves. get it. >> michelle: coming up why this
you spend a lot of time opening doors for these little guys. but congressman heck opens them for these guys -- special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda --
special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington.
we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation protecting their predatory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac >> krystal: cute kubsz. two jaguar cubs.
one of the twins was sick so he wasn't able to get out there for everyone to see but the zoo decided to let the two appear in public. they are rambunctious isn't they? looks like he is fully recovered. you see a lot of people taking pictures of the two brothers playing together. the zoo will accept maybe some suggestions that people have to name the cubs and will probably make a decision within the next month. >> michelle: hopefully it won't be boaty mc it's not a joke but sounds like a joke. what did the man say when he crossed the road dressed as a tree? anyway, this really happened. it was a real tree that he covered himself in. [ laughter ] then did this. he was just blocking traffic. that's why he got in trouble. >> krystal: he is a 30-year-old. his name is ashton woodworth.
>> michelle: you know what would have been better if he had ornaments on him. >> krystal: when he obviously refused to listen to the officers they took him to jail on a misdemeanor charge of obstructing a publicway. what
was his motivation? he said he wanted to see how people would react to his performance and how it would, quote, impact people's natural choreography. >> michelle: can you imagine the police officers? hey dear, how was your day?
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special interests and the billionaire koch brothers. they spent millions supporting heck, and heck supports their agenda -- special tax breaks even for corporations shipping jobs overseas. worse, heck pays for them by cutting education and raising taxes on us. congressman heck is what's wrong with washington. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> michelle: right now on "news 3 live at 12:30," hurting your wallet. you could be losing about $1,700 next year and you may not even know this. we're going tell you why and how officials are working to stop this. >> krystal: i don't know what you were doing at nine years
the president. how one young man inspired a kids advisory council. >> michelle: hoping to send local youth off to college with the omega sci-fi a fraternity has planned for its upcoming masquerade scholarship fundraiser. news 3 starts right now. >> michelle: welcome in. people living in the las vegas area could be losing about $1,700 a year and you may not even know it. my ears have perked. >> krystal: if you are losing money you want to know about it right. experts are saying that congested or deteriorated roads and lack of safety features are costing you money. that's where our kyndell nunley coming into the conversation. how do we keep losing money. >> kyndell: you know that many people as you pointed out ears